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The name Alley Viper refers to several versions of the same character.
For a list of the other versions, see Alley Viper.


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Alley Vipers are Cobra characters from the A Real American Hero series.
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Fiction

A Real American Hero comics continuity

Marvel Comics continuity

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Devil's Due Comics continuity

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Animated continuity - DiC

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Alley-Vipers first appeared and spoke in Operation: Dragonfire part 2. They also spoke in parts 3, 4 and 5 and this, not counting it being a parter episode, is the only episode they speak in.

Toys

Generation 1
Alley Viper 1989 A Real American Hero (1989)

Alley Vipers were introduced in the 1989 series of A Real American Hero toys.



Appearance: orange helmet with blue face mask; orange shirt and pants with blue urban camo; blue right armband; black gloves and boots


Accessories: orange and blue face shield with Cobra emblem on front; black backpack with engraved grappling hook rifle and removable grappling hook; complex black machine gun with scope, T-shaped stock, and rear-mounted magazine; orange and blue shield with Cobra emblem and handle.



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Alley Viper 1993 Battle Corps (1993)

Alley Vipers return in the 1993 series of A Real American Hero toys, as figure #6 in the Battle Corps.



Appearance: black helmet with yellow face mask; yellow shirt with black chest armor, wristbands, and gloves; yellow pants with black straps and boots


Accessories: crested black catlike face mask attaching to helmet; black "Dial-Tone" submachine gun; black "Alley Viper" machine gun; short, yellow spring-loaded missile launcher with trapezoidal back, small centered grip, and black trigger; two black missiles with ball-like tips; black shield shaped like Cobra emblem, with clip for arm.



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Trivia

  • Alley Vipers appear as regular enemies in the NES Taxan game G.I. Joe solely on section 4-1.

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